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post #6 of Old 04-09-2013
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Re: attaching wood furring strips to inside of hull


I like the way the wood warms up the berth. Is that Cedar, Spruce, or what species?
Very nice.

I think you can use a urathane or epoxy adhesive for hanging stuff to the hull if your boat is relatively dry.
I have seen people use Liquid Nails and I cringed, but the adhesive held up nicely on a Sunfish. I prefer to use "genuine boat snot" for repairs on my boat though; Liquid Nails is a household snot. 4200 should qualify as a genuine boat snot even though it is only a one part adhesive!

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